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Pope Benedict Speaks Truth to Power - George Weigel

The German pope tells his countrymen some home truths.  Read more...

Pope provocateur - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Since he arrived in Rome more than 25 years ago, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has repeatedly and deliberately been provocative, kicking up enormous media storms on sensitive subjects.   Read more...

Postmortem on a Rebirth: The Catholic Intellectual Renaissance - JAMES HITCHCOCK

Beginning in the early part of the twentieth century, a Catholic intellectual Renaissance took place in North America and Europe.  Read more...

Power is temporary - Paul Johnson

One thing history teaches is the transience and futility of power, and the ultimate impotence of those who exercise it.  Read more...

Praise with a purpose - Barbara Kay

I’ve had a lifelong love-hate affair with flattery.  Read more...

Preface – Culture Counts: Faith and Feeling in a World Besieged - Roger Scruton

“Boldly Standing up to today’s nihilisms and debasements of taste, Culture Counts offers a noble and compelling defense of high culture and the centrality of rich aesthetic experience for a full human life. The wisdom of Roger Scruton’s judgements and the elegance of his prose are themselves powerful evidence for the truth of his thesis. Bravo.” - Leon R. Kass  Read more...

Progressive Inhumanity, Part Three: Hatred of the Past - Anthony Esolen

I have long thought that the term "progressive" was a dodge, because no one could tell me exactly where we were supposed to be headed and why.   Read more...

Promise of the future lost amid bullets - Fr. Raymond de Souza

Killings on campus are doubly brutal, for something also dies in those who survive, alongside the dead they mourn.  Read more...

Prophets of Error - Trevor Butterworth

If you look at the predicted history of the world we live in now — as divined by experts in the past — it turns out to be an unfamiliar place:  Read more...

Psychology and the Abolition of Meaning - Jeffrey Satinover

The largely invisible cost exacted by the usurpation of faith by psychology, psychoanalysis, and psychiatry has been great, both in our private lives and in the public order.  Read more...

Putting the Catholic House Back Together - Joseph Varacalli

It just may be starting. Finally! The first real signs of Pope John Paul II’s positive influence for the American nation may be manifesting itself. For one thing, proper ecclesiastical authority is starting to reassert itself after a post-Vatican II period of self-doubt and ambivalence.  Read more...

Quantifying America's Decline - WILLIAM J. BENNETT

The social regression of the past 30 years (summarized in this Wall Street Journal editorial) is due in large part to the enfeebled state of our social institutions and their failure to carry out their critical and time honored tasks.  Read more...

Quo Vadis — O, Bishops? - Robert Royal

This is an exciting moment in Catholic history that offers opportunities for all the imagination, intelligence, and daring that you can bring to the many challenges at hand.  Read more...

Rabbi to the Rescue - Philip F. Kelly, Jr.

Rabbi Daniel Lapin, author of America's Real War, believes a heated war is being waged in America for the soul of the nation.  Read more...

Re-Enchantment of the World - Daniel J. Mahoney

We live in a strange time.  Read more...

Reasons for the Holy Father's Hope for a New Awakening of Christianity in Europe - Pope Benedict XVI

Can you explain to us the reasons for your hope?  Read more...

Recovering Right and Wrong - Charles Colson

If you ever doubted the complete triumph of the therapeutic culture in America, look no further than this week’s news.   Read more...

Redefining What It Means to Be a "Godly Man - Steven Walderman

God wants men to be courageous and fierce, says John Eldredge, author of Wild at Heart. The bestselling book sees the men's movement through a Christian lens, urging men to overcome the stereotype of Jesus as a "bearded Mr. Rogers." Beliefnet's Editor in Chief spoke with Eldredge about how men can reclaim passion and adventure as part of their faith.  Read more...

Religion as the Root of Culture - JOSEPH KOTERSKI S.J.

We have come to take it for granted that the unifying force in society is material interest, and that spiritual conviction is a source of strife and division.  Read more...

Remarks at the Opening Ceremony - Václav Havel

The most dangerous aspect of this global atheistic civilization is its pride.   Read more...

Remarks by George Weigel on Reception of the Gloria Artis Gold Medal - George Weigel

Mr. Minister, Reverend Fathers, Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen: Thank you for honoring my work with the gift of the Gloria Artis Gold Medal.  Read more...

Renewing the World Order: An International Community Built on Solid Rock - Brian Scarnecchia and Philip C.L. Gray

Upon what ground will human rights ultimately rest — the shifting sand of human opinion or God’s solid Rock?  Read more...

Respect others' rights, but also their values - Father Robert Sirico

If an award were to be given for the Most Contentious Religious Story of 2010, the two main contenders would undoubtedly be two Islam-related stories: the threatened burning of the Quran in Florida and the plan to build an Islamic cultural center near the site of ground zero in New York.  Read more...

Reversing the Decay of London Undone - Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Britain's chief rabbi on the moral disintegration since the 1960s and how to rebuild.  Read more...

Riots in France - Thomas Sowell

In the name of tolerance, these countries have imported intolerance, of which growing antisemitism in Europe is just one example. In the name of respecting all cultures, Western nations have welcomed people who respect neither the cultures nor the rights of the population among whom they have settled.  Read more...


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